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The landmarks below are Locally Designated Landmarks and/or landmarks that are individually listed in the National and/or State Register of Historic Places.
See Types for more information about the types of landmarks found in Stoughton.

 

soughton city power plant

 

1009 summit avenue

9. Stoughton City Power Plant #1, Fourth Street Bridge, was built in 1911. It is a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

 

10. South School, 1009 Summit Avenue, was built in 1900. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places.
 

library

 

city hall

11. Carnegie Public Library, 304 S. Fourth Street, was built in 1907. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District. It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

 

12. Stoughton City Hall and Opera House, 381 E. Main Street, was built in 1900. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District. It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

100 east main

 

111  east main

13. The Scheldrup Block, 100/110 E. Main Street, was built in 1897. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District. It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

 

14. The Hausmann Block, 111 E. Main Street, was built in 1903. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District.
It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

120 / 130 east main

 

134 east main

15. The Brickson Block, 120/130 E. Main Street, was built in 1884. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District. It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

 

16. The Boyce Block, 134 E. Main Street, was built in 1905. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District.
It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

160 east main

 

172 east main

17. The Masonic Hall, 160 E. Main Street, was built in 1869. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District.
It is also a Locally Designated Landmark.
 

 

18. The Frank Allen Building, 172 E. Main Street, was built ca. 1859. It is listed in the State and National Registers of Historic Places as part of the Main Street Historic District.
 It is also a Locally Designated Landmark
.

 

 

 

Individually Listed Landmarks (As of March, 2004)
 

Historic Name

Address

Year Built

Designations

 9 Stoughton City Power Plant #1

Fourth Street Bridge

1911

LDL

10 South School

1009 Summit Avenue

1900

NRHP, SRHP

11 Carnegie Public Library

304 S. Fourth Street

1907

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

12 Stoughton City Hall, Library
   and Opera House

381 E. Main Street

1900

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

13 Scheldrup Block

100/110 E. Main Street

1897

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

14 Hausmann Block

111 E. Main Street

1903

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

15 Brickson Block

120/130 E. Main Street

1884

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

16 Boyce Block

134 E. Main Street

1905

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

17 Masonic Hall

160 E. Main Street

1869

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

18 Frank Allen Building

172 E. Main Street

c1859

LDL, MSHD, NRHP, SRHP

 

 

 

 

Key to Designations

Main Street Historic District

MSHD

 

East Side Historic District

ESHD

 

Southwest Side Historic District

SWHD

 

Northwest Side Historic District

NWHD

 

National Register of Historic Places

NRHP

 

State Register of Historic Places

SRHP

 

Locally Designated Landmark

LDL